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Latin Quote Decoder #2

Translate these words into Latin. Their initial letters will form a famous quote.
All the Latin words are still used today (in a similar form) or clearly worked as the origin for similar words in other European languages.
Don't forget to write out the whole quote, translate it into English and answer basic information about it (who, where and to whom used to say it).
*Authenticity of this quote is not completely confirmed and some historicians dispute it.
The second quiz of this series can be found HERE.
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Last updated: June 23, 2018
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LATIN
ENGLISH
 
A
australis
south
 
V
vox
voice
 
E
ecce!
behold!, see!
 
C
canis
dog
 
A
albus
white
 
E
ergo
therefore
 
S
schola
school
 
A
amor
love
 
R
regina
queen
 
M
mensis
month
 
O
oriens
east
 
R
radius
ray
 
I
imperium
empire, control
 
T
testimonium
proof, witness
 
U
ursus
bear
 
R
res
thing
 
I
insula
island
 
 
LATIN
ENGLISH
Answer
 
T
taurus
bull
taurus
 
E
epistula
letter, message
epistula
 
S
somnus
sleep
somnus
 
A
annus
year
annus
 
L
lex
law
lex
 
U
ultimus
last, final
ultimus
 
T
thesaurus
treasure
thesaurus
 
A
aqua
water
aqua
 
N
nemo
no one, nobody
nemo
 
T
tres
three
tres
 
 
 
 
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SOLUTION
QUOTE
Ave Caesar, morituri te salutant!
TRANSLATION
Hail, Caesar, those who are about to die salute you!
WHO SAID IT*
Gladiators
TO WHOM
The Roman emperor/Julius Caesar
WHERE
In the arena before gladiator fights
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level 53
Jun 23, 2018
I don't know the definition of TRASLATION. I know TRANSLATION.
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level 60
Jun 23, 2018
I fixed it, thanks